How Much Should it Cost to Replace Brick Front Steps?

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How Much Should it Cost to Replace Brick Front Steps?
Brick steps can be pleasing to the eye. (BRICK WALL image by brelsbil from Fotolia.com)

The price of replacing brick front steps can be worth it. Brick front steps can increase the aesthetic appeal and overall value of a house. "Next to the total cost of the brick," states DoItYourself.com, "the cost of the mortar" edging, sand and gravel "is comparatively small."

The price can be worth it

How Much Should it Cost to Replace Brick Front Steps?
Brick steps can be custom designed. (brick pattern and steps image by Yali Shi from Fotolia.com)

The price of replacing brick front steps can be worth it. Brick front steps can increase the aesthetic appeal and overall value of a house. "Next to the total cost of the brick," states ' Do It Yourself.com', "the cost of the mortar" edging, sand and gravel "is comparatively small."

Beware of hidden costs

How Much Should it Cost to Replace Brick Front Steps?
Bricks can be curved or angled. (Front steps of a house with yellow lilies in bloom. image by dvest from Fotolia.com)

The price of replacing brick front steps "typically costs between £1 and £2 ($.50 and £1.90) per brick," according to 'Do It Yourself.com'. Measure your steps accurately so that you buy only the amount of bricks you need. Professional brick layers can fix steps fast--although changing a layout or design will add cost and time.

Bottom line

The price of replacing brick front steps "typically costs between £1 and £6 ($.50 and $3.00) per brick," according to 'Do It Yourself.com'. Measure your steps accurately so that you buy only the amount of bricks you need. Professional brick layers can fix steps fast--although changing a layout or design will add cost and time.

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